The image is called ‘Young woman relaxing on couch‘. I know that’s how I like to relax on couches.
This frock is very short. It was a sample that cost me $5. That’s about $1 per centimetre. Also, being a sample, it’s a one-off; I couldn’t have made it myself for less. Obviously, I can’t sew so I couldn’t have made it myself in the first place anyway.
You should know I moved furniture around for this shot. While wearing a frock. A very short frock. Sure, the move gave me a chance to sweep under the couch and vacuum in overlooked areas, but the fact remains: I shifted a couch to get this picture. Surely that’s worth supporting?
Even more worth supporting is the quest to find an early detection test for ovarian cancer. That, of course, is why I’m moving furniture. You can support my physical labours / the OCRF by donating: www.everydayhero.com.au/mellygoround.
We’re past the halfway mark and yet I haven’t even raised half of what I raised last year. This is disappointing; moreso because I’m working twice as hard as last year. Many thanks, however, to Pete and anyone else I may have missed who has already supported me with a donation. You people are excellent. I’m not worthy etc.